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  • 324

    324 Byzantine Empire

    Beginning of Byzantine Empire.
  • Period: 527 to 565

    Justinian Reign

    The reign of Justinian I he sought to make the empire great. He is considered very important to Orthodox Christians.
  • Period: Apr 15, 600 to Apr 15, 700

    Confucianism arrives in Japan.

    Confucianism become a large part of Japanese culture after being introduced.
  • Apr 15, 650

    Tang Gao Zong

    Defated the turkish. Later defeated Japan and Korea.
  • Apr 15, 656

    Ali Caliphate was established.

    This was the first civil war.
  • Apr 15, 661

    The Ali caliphate ended

  • Mar 15, 710

    Nara is established.

    Nara became Japan's first capital. It was aa center for many important things, then was replaced by Kyoto.
  • Apr 15, 776

    Caliphate of Harun Ali Rashid was established

  • Apr 15, 1054

    The Great Schism

    This split Christianity into two seperate practices. It was divided into Roman Catholicism and Christian Orthodx.
  • Apr 15, 1055

    Seljuk Turks take control of Baghdad.

    Baghdad was former capital.
  • Jan 1, 1076


    After 1076, Ghana fell prey to a new state formed by Almoravids (former desert nomads).
  • Apr 15, 1081

    Byzantine Empire 1081-1118

    Alexius Comreys rules Byzantine Empire, calls for western military aid Muslims.
  • Period: Apr 15, 1081 to Apr 15, 1118

    Byzantine Empire

    Alexius Comreys rules Byzantine Empire, calls for western military aid against Muslims.
  • Nov 15, 1096

    First Crusade

    First of many crusades beings, it's focus was to regain Holy Lands that were captured earlier by Muslims.
  • Apr 15, 1099

    First crusade captures Jjerusalem

  • Apr 15, 1150

    Byzantine Empire ( MId-Eleventh Century)

    Turned Byzantine Empire from a far-flung empire into a fairy compact state.
  • Period: Apr 15, 1185 to Apr 15, 1573

    Shogunate Feudal Japan

    Period of Shogunate reign over Japan,
    Shogunates become a big part of Japanese society, and change the Japanese politics.
  • Apr 15, 1204

    Fourth Crusade

    Crrusaders of the Fourth Crusade capture Constantinople. The Byzantine capital was conquered by Ottomans,
  • Apr 15, 1212

    Iberian Penninsula

    Spain conqueres the Iberian peninsula from the Muslims. It became a case of Christianity overpowering Muslims.
  • Apr 15, 1215

    Magna Carta

    The Magna Carta was written. The Magna Carta challenged monarch authority, and was one of the first documents to express a new system.
  • Apr 15, 1230

    Mali Empire Founded

    The Mali Empire was founded by an indigenous African Dynasty.
  • Apr 15, 1236

    India Between 1206-1236

    Muslim invaders extended their rule over the Himdu princes and chiefs in much of northern India.
  • Apr 15, 1250

    Mamuks take contol of Egypt.

    Egypt was before controlled by the Fatimids.
  • Apr 15, 1268

    Typhoon Kamikaze

    A typhoon that occured in Japan, it ended up helping Japan because it stopped a Mongol invasion that was going to happen.
  • Apr 15, 1273

    End of Xiangyang Battle

    The six-year long battle of Xiangyang ends as commander of the Song Dynasty's forces surrender to Kublai Khan. The battle is the first in which firearms are used in combat
  • Apr 15, 1275


    After invading Mongol forces, the song dynasty capture the chinese city of Suzhou.
  • Apr 15, 1295

    Delhi Sultunate 1296-1316

    Sultan -ud-din Khalji increased his control over the empires outlying provinces. Wage and price controls in Delhi kept down the cost of maintaining a large army.
  • Apr 15, 1335

    Delhi Sultunate Between 1325-1351

    Delhi's ruler was Sultan Muhammad ibn Thighluq.
  • Period: Apr 15, 1337 to Apr 15, 1453

    Hundred Years War

    War between France and England over disputes for power.
    The war had invasions on both sides for territory control. The war ended with Henry V's marriage into the House of Valois.
  • Period: Apr 15, 1346 to Apr 15, 1353

    Black Plague or Black Death

    A period of time in Europe where disease spread and killed most of the population in that time. The epidemic was caused by fleas and spread through most of Europe.
  • Apr 15, 1398

    Delhi Sultunate 1398

    The Turko Mongol leader Timur seized the opportunity to invade and captured the city of Delhi.
  • Apr 15, 1400

    India Between 1250-1400

    The irrigation complex in ceylon fell into ruin when invaders from south India disrupted the Sinhalese government.
  • Apr 15, 1453

    Byzantine Empire

    End of Byzantine Empire
  • Period: Apr 15, 1478 to

    Spanish Inquisition

    The Spanish Inquisition was for both religious and political reasons. People were being persecuted out of Spain, and were told to confess to the Catholic church their wrong doings.
  • Kingdom of Ghana Begins

    Ghana was the title of the kings who ruled the kingdom. It was controlled by Sundiata in 1240 AD. Later it expanded into the larger Mali Empire.
  • Ghana

    Ghana was the earliest known sub-saharan beneficiary of the new exchange system.
  • Third Crusade

    The Third Crusade, or the Seige of Jerusalem was the recapture of Jerulsalem by Saladin.
  • Byzantine Empire

    Emperor Theodosius bans paganism in Byzantine Empire.
  • Byzantine Empire

    The pope crowed the first Holy Roman Empire
  • Song Empire Founded

    The Song Empire was founded in 960. After founded, both chinese economics and arts flourished.
  • End of Tang Empire

    In 907, Zhu Quanzhong forced Emperor Ai to leave and then he took over, changed the national title to Liang and moved the capital city to Kaifeng. That was the end of the Tang Empire.
  • Tang Empire founded

    The Tang Dynasty was the most populous city in the world at the time, and was a very high point in Chinese civilization
  • Huang Chao Rebellion

    After the Rebellion, the Tang Dynasty weakened. It later then dissolved within a few decades after the rebellion and the empire broke into The Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period.
  • Tang Empress Wu

    Tang Empress Wu was the first female empress in Chinese history.She changed dynasty's name to Zhou/Zhong Zong.
  • Harun Ali Rashid caliphate ended

  • The Abbasid capital moved from Baghdad to Samarra

    Major as in a capital was being moved.
  • Shi'ite caliphate was created.

    Most famous caliphate.
  • Fatimids conquer Egypt.

    This was the first time the Fatimids were in control of Egypt.
  • Death of Charlemange

    Charlemagne was emperor of Romans and expanded terriotory. He was crowned Imperator Augustus by Pope Leo II. He founded French and German monarchies.
  • Period: to Apr 15, 1185

    Heian Period of Japan

    It was named after the capital, Kyoto. It was a time of art and literature.